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Isabell lifted the skirt of her dress slightly as she stepped over a large puddle, making sure to wait a bit before letting the edge of her gown run over the ground once more. Fall was the worst season for fashion, no matter what a young lady did it was near impossible keeping dry or clean when on and outting. Isabell was taking extra care today for her mother had just hired a new maid to help her get dress and the woman had a habit of tieing her corset far to tight, she'd rather not go though that experience more than once a day so she had to make sure her clothing never got dirty while she was out, or her mother would force her to change everying, corset and all.
She understood her mother's reasons though, when you were the heir to the weathiest family in town impressions were very important. Even more so in her case since she was her parent's only child. Isabell carried on with her little trip though the town, her book tucked under her arm from the book shop. She had just bought it and wanted to get home quickly to read it, though she couldn't help but slow her pace and enjoy the fall weather around her. The leaves had all changed into pretty colors in both the city and the country, covering the ground in bright red and yellow. As she made her way slowly home, she wandered though the market. Farmers from the surrounding areas were all in town today buying seed so that they could plant their seeds before the first snow came, allowing then to be able to pop up in the spring without to much worry.
Isabell smiled a bit to herself as she looked from stand to stand, taking her time though the market to admire the food and trinkets that the people were selling. She just loved the things that these people made, how much work they put into one piece made her apprciate them even more. She continued down the street slowly with a small smile on her face, her mind elsewhere as she went about her way to head back home to the mansion.